Luncheons

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St. Patrick’s/St. Joseph’s Day Luncheon Hosted by NSC Men’s Club


This year’s Italian themed luncheon will feature a menu of a house salad, penne marinara with miniature meatballs, chicken asiago, bread, dessert, and beverage. Afterwards, local favorite vocalist Sam Magdal will entertain us. For over ten years, Sam has been known for sharing his "Tribute to Sinatra" capturing hearts and arousing the romance in his audiences with his gifted talent to perfectly match the voice, style, and sex appeal images of the one and only Frank Sinatra. Now he has added hundreds of songs popularized by major recording artists to his repertoire and delights his audiences with ballads, swing, and Rock ‘n’ Roll songs that transport listeners on a musical journey through the decades. Sam is renowned for singing the songs that for years have uniquely stimulated the emotions and wooed the senses of fans. Please note: Guests requiring dispensation to participate in this event are encouraged to reach out to their faith communities for assistance. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Forms for reserved seating must be returned by March 17. Friday, Mar 24
Doors open at 11:30am • 12:00pm-2:00pm • $15M/$20NM (Register by Mar 22)

Pancake Breakfast Hosted by NSC Men's Club

 
Get the most important meal off to a delicious start with our pancake breakfast. Our Men’s Club will be preparing and serving up buttermilk pancakes, sausage, bacon, breakfast potatoes, and juice. Afterwards, Take Two will take us back down memory lane with their Oldies But Goodies performance. (Please note time change for this event.)
Monday, Apr 17 • 9:30am • $9M/$13.50NM
(Register by Apr 13
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Burt Bacharach: What the World Needs Now Luncheon by John Boda


Lunch will include 1/3 bbq ribs, salad, baked potato and dessert. Following lunch, enjoy a performance by the amazing musician and storyteller John Boda presenting Burt Bacharach. Burt Bacharach is an American composer, songwriter, record producer, pianist, and singer. This six-time Grammy Award winner and three-time Academy Award winner. wrote over 70 top 40 hit songs! Everyone knows his big hit songs today and they have been covered by hundreds of artists, but many were first introduced and performed by Dionne Warwick such as: "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?", "Walk on By", "What the World Needs Now" and others. Hits will be performed such as "Magic Moments", "The Look of Love" and a few Grammy winners "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" , "Arthur’s Theme" and more! Burt Bacharach was born May 12, 1928 and is an American legend. John Boda will have his life story and perform his big hits. Friday, Apr 7 11:00am-1:30pm • $9M/$13.50NM

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"One Nation Under God" Luncheon by Rochelle Pennington


Lunch will include chopped salad, roll and dessert. Pennington’s presentation will guide audience members through the sacred dimension of our country’s history, from the Declaration, which acknowledges "nature’s God," the "Creator," and the "Supreme Judge of the World," to the sacred aspects of the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the "Star Spangled Banner," the Gettysburg Address, the Pledge of Allegiance, and more. This lecture is packed with historical trivia and will focus on faith’s influence on our nation. Come and learn how every American President in history, from George Washington through Barak Obama, has acknowledged God in an inaugural address, a God referred to by the name "The Almighty, Divine Providence, Heavenly Father, Our Great Maker, Giver of Good, The Being Who is Supreme Over All," and others. Although our Presidents have had varied political visions, they have been united in their conviction that there is a spiritual component to America. A continuous thread of reverence runs through our Presidential speeches, letters, proclamations, and memoirs. America is a land of multiple races, multiple ethnic backgrounds, and multiple faiths. Our freedom of religion gives each of us the liberty to ponder God "according to the dictates of our own conscience." Thursday, Apr 20 • 11:00am-1:00pm
$9M/$13.50NM

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Spring BBQ Hosted by the NSC Men’s Club


Performing for over 25 years, Jerry Armstrong has entertained crowds throughout the Midwest. His vocals are "dead-on", people can’t believe it’s his own voice. A singer impressionist, Jerry does tribute shows to timeless legends: Frankie Valli, Sinatra, Dean Martin, Neil Diamond, Elvis and many more. Menu includes: Pulled beef brisket, grilled chicken, sides, beverage, and dessert. Please note: Doors open at 11:30. Friday, May 5 • 12:00pm-2:00pm •
$15M/$20NM (Register by May 3)